Terms of Reference

Terms of Reference – Call for quotations to create info graphics, on anti-corruption mechanisms in Sri Lanka and website and social media material on process overview of the Bribery Commission.

Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) is calling for quotations for the creating of 5 info graphics that illustrates specific messages on anti-corruption for youth and website and social media material on process overview of the Bribery Commission.

TISL is the local chapter of the global movement against corruption, committed to promoting good governance and eradicating corruption in Sri Lanka. TISL’s mission is to support the collective effort to eradicate corruption in order to build a future Sri Lanka which is equitable, peaceful and just.
This terms of reference (ToR) is for the creation of creative info graphics that illustrates five different messages on anti-corruption applicable for a younger audience and designing web materials simplifying the process overview of the Bribery Commission. The final products will be used in social media promotion, on TISL website for printing purposes and should be versatile enough to meet all of these different requirements.

There is a pressing need to address the lack of awareness and understanding among the public in Sri Lanka regarding the role and function of the various anti-corruption mechanisms, as well as how citizens can engage with such mechanisms. This lack of awareness contributes to the lack of trust in anti-corruption agencies and drives a sense of helplessness and apathy among citizens when confronted with or victimized by corruption. The info graphics and web material will attempt to bridge this gap among youth.

Quotations should include:
A detailed concept of:
• 5 anti-corruption messages that could be illustrated using info graphics. This should include among other things the approach, theme, colour scheme etc.
• A sample design to illustrate a process overview of an institution/mechanism
• Samples of similar past campaigns
• Proposed cost
• Time-frame required to complete the assignment
• Proposed messages. (This would be further developed with TISL’s input once the supplier is finalized)

Specifics for the contractor
• Develop 5 key messages targeting youth
• Design a process overview of the Bribery Commission
• 5 different info graphics and the process overview materials in a format suitable for social media, web and print dissemination
• All the material should be available in English, Sinhala and Tamil.

TISL will provide the required expertise where ever required or requested.
The products have to be finalized within a one month period.
Proposals along with budget details should be emailed to ishara@tisrilanka.org by 14th July 2017.

Terms of Reference – Call for Quotations on Asset Declaration Animation & Dissemination Campaign

Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) is calling for quotations for the production of an animated video that illustrates the Assets and Liabilities Act of Sri Lanka. TISL is the local chapter of the global movement against corruption, committed to promoting good governance and eradicating corruption in Sri Lanka. TISL’s mission is to support the collective effort to eradicate corruption in order to build a future Sri Lanka which is equitable, peaceful and just.

These terms of reference (ToR) are for the production of an animated video that aims to illustrate the nuances of the Assets and Liabilities Act in a simplified animation that highlights the key functions and features of the Act and how the citizens of Sri Lanka can better engage with the Act.

Currently Sri Lankan citizens are entitled to certified copies of Declarations of Assets and Liabilities of Members of Parliament (MPs) on the payment of 750 rupees. Under the Yahapalanaya mandate a lot of attention has been raised about the personal financial positions of public representatives. The Declaration of Assets and Liabilities are a perfect opportunity to hold MPs accountable based on their own self declarations.

Frequently public perception of wealth and asset declarations run counter to one another and there is a need to publicise this discrepancy. The animation to be produced will illustrate this process in a manner that would be simple, easy to understand and convey the importance of making this information available to the citizenry at large.

TISL seeks quotations for a multi pronged media engagement of the same.

Quotations should include:

A detailed concept of:

  • The design output: An effective 30 seconds video with a corresponding media dissemination strategy.
  • How the video would illustrate the essential need for Asset Declarations to be in the public domain.
  • Samples of similar past campaigns
  • Proposed cost
  • Time-frame required to complete the assignment

For further information on the concept follow this link http://www.sundaytimes.lk/150607/news/rupees-and-cents-finding-out-what-sri-lanka-mps-are-worth-152019.html

For animation video examples please refer to these links;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNf2tv_aXNQ&list=PLVHfewkyhN29faNLB7hvYryt9WTQ8a4k2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBEhKrp2Vws&index=42&list=PLVHfewkyhN29faNLB7hvYryt9WTQ8a4k2

Deliverables – 30 second English animation in either 2D or 3D form and Sinhala and Tamil translated versions (3 videos) with a corresponding media dissemination strategy.

Specifics for the contractor

  • Script writing for English video in consultation with TISL
  • Directing the production of the video
  • Developing the graphic art work for video Animation and video rendering
  • Provide voice overs (Narrator and announcer) for animation if required
  • Translating the script and adapting the master video to Sinhala and Tamil
  • Providing narration and announcing in Sinhala and Tamil if required
  • Video adaption and rendering for the videos in Sinhala and Tamil
  • The facilities/equipment and all the logistic for the recording arrangement including the back up plans should be covered by the contractor
  • Should include a media dissemination strategy to promote the video

TISL will provide the required technical support and expertise in writing the script for the master video as well as where ever required or requested.
Time-frame The duration of the contract is approximately one month.
Proposals along with budget details should be emailed to ashra@tisrilanka.org by 5th June 2017.